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says fall better than a batch of fresh apples or an apple pie? tony shows us how to pick out the best fugi apples. >> today's tip of the day is fugi apps. it's fall. it's apple time. apples are coming from washington, stockton, california, all over the east coast. and fugi apples are my favorites. you can find them everywhere. and the price is great. the red delicious apples take a backseat to the fugi apple. nice red color like this all the way around. and it has to be nice and firm. if it's not firm, and there's a little bit of shriveling. that's an old crop apple. you don't want that. you want the new crop. when you bring them home. apples look beautiful on the table. but it's important to store the apples in the refrigerators. keep them cold and crisp. there you go. the fugi apples. i'm tony, and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. the winner for the heaviest pumpkin came in at one thou hty-five . >>> from apples to squash, the results are in from the world championship pumpkin weigh off today. >> the winner came in at 1,985- pounds. 50-pounds short of a world record. b
bringing up apple. i know you've been recommending it for awhile now. the stock crossed over the 500-dollar mark briefly today. what do you think about apple at this point and the stock, as well? >> you do have the new ipad that's going to be coming out, introduction i think is slated for the 22nd of october there are invitations that have gone out. i think it's tradeable here. ahead of the event and result of the earnings that will come out shortly after that launch. at $500 a share, apple certainly, you know, one of the least expensive stocks among the tech sector and one looks at the balance sheet, one company that's certainly able to continue to reward shareholders not only in shares of dividend increases but may possibly consider increase and we have activist carl icahn who is talking with management and certainly finding support from other institutional investors in this respect. >> all right. david, let me ask you one final quick question. we talked about a lot of companies but is there one we didn't ask you about that you wish we had? >> certainly the twitter ipo will be very import
to come: in chart talk why one trader says google is a better buy than apple. also, why little ecuador - a source for artichokes and roses is becoming known as a big investment center for biotechnology. and how the world's largest accounting firm went out of business in 90-days. a former insider's account on the desmise of arthur anderson, that's next after this in the know message. arthur andersen. remember that name? it was once the gold standard for integrity and innovation in accounting. then came enron. anderson did enron's books and in 2002, both companies went down in flames. a man who rose and fell with the firm's fortunes wrote about the experience. the book is, "and you thought accountants were boring - my life inside arthur andersen." larry katzen this is your story in your 35 years at the firm. and you essentially say anderson's collapse was not the result of standard government prosecution but persecution. > >that is correct. if you would ask most people what they thought about arthur andersen during that enron situation, to this day they would say, we screwed up the audi
for apple to stop selling iphones they fixed the problem and moved forward. and that's what we are doing. the day we rescued riley, was a truly amazing day. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. for over 18 years we've helped people take care of the things that matter most. join today at angieslist.com >>> comparing apples to apples. >> we have told you and been very transparent about the fact that the interest has been even greater than we expected. which is a high-class problem. so what i can tell you is that as was the case when the new operating system for the apple iphone was released, they didn't pull it off the market and nobody called for apple to stop selling iphones. they fixed the problem and moved forward, and that's what we're doing. >> this is the government. it's not a phone. steve moore on the big difference. steve. >> hi, neil. look, i think that this comparison is apples to rotten apples, right? because if you think about it, i just last month read walterize akson's book about steve jobs and all these amazing
at the top of the game. >> apple urges a famous designer to san francisco. >> and another beautiful october day in the bay area, with mike or how to get great deals the easy way. you do enough flying around. that's why we give you real big club card deals. this week, load up on your favorite coke products. 12 packs are $2.77 each. $16.99 for 150 ounced up on your favorite coke products. tide is $16.99 for 150 ounces. that's under 20 cents a load. and oikos greek yogurt is just a buck. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> a bay area biotech giant is expanding its manufacturing facility and hiring 200 more people and investing $100 million on the expansion. they say it will make it the biggest biotech facility in the world in addition to manufacturing jobs, they will hire more scientists and engineers and other professionals for the site. >> investigators are unsure how a cooked chicken sold at a bay area costco store was linked to a raw chicken salmonella outbreak. costco is recalling 40,000 pounds of chicken made with foster farms poultry sold a
100-year history. she currently serves as fed vice chair rumor has it... "apple" is set to unveil a new i- pad as early as this month. a report by 'all things d,' says the company could debut an i-pad mini with retina display and a thinner full-sized i- pad as soon as october 22nd. apple's fancy new fingerprint technology might also make an appearance in the latest versions. since 2010, apple has been holding press events in october to get new products out in time for the holidays. this news comes as analysts predict that apple is running out of customers. analysts say the number of people buying an i-phone for the very first time is shrinking. they say unless the company signs with the worlds largest carrier- china mobile, or offers an i- phone priced for the developing world, it will not meet forecasts for 20-14 and 20-15. but despite the dwindling numbers of first-time buyers, the number of people replacing their old i- phones is expected to increase. coming up on the early edition... baltimore's washington monument is crumbling. what is being done to save the landmark. ((break
prize on tri fry coming up succeeding where the beatles failed. continuing to take on apple. >> how you can fly free next spring. everything you need to know >>> a warn being about chicken possibly contaminated with salmonella. the getting warnings has been tricky. the raw ficken being sold by foster farms produced in california. >> and i'll pick this up, so far 278 people have been sickened mostly in this state. package was following serial numbers, you nid to know. those are the numbers right, we don't have them on the clean. those gorg to be on our win site for you just look under see it on tv. now, abc news has been trying to get more information regarding where it was somd and when but usda operating with a reduced staff so says workers are on furl crow and we don't have idea when that furlough will end. >> right. this continues. >> well, a two-year drug investigation ended with deputies seizing 29 pounds of crystal meth. the sheriff's department says the drugs have a value of $1.5 million. >> now, looking for a 22-year-old from san jose. and with anyone with information to contact
of new jobs are coming to the bay area. we'll tell you where. >>> plus tech giant apple taps a fashion executive to join the team. what she will be in charge of. Ñáçwçñ 0!ockÑ?çóxo?Ñ=çñÑñçvxqx?ñññ?óioy >>> stocks lower this afternoon. the tone from capitol hill grows more irritable. house gop leaders scramble to counter the emerging bipartisan deal to reopen the government and avoid a default. but the house gop plan is getting mixed reviews. the dow is down 81. the nasdaq is down 11. s&p down 7. >>> the current ceo of burberry is leaving fashion for tech. angela ahrendt will be joining apple's team next spring and oversee all operations of apple's retail and online stores. tim cook says air rent shares apple's focus on customer service and innovation. ahrendt hopes to help happenle in the -- apple in the plans of changing the world. >>> genentic will create 200 more biotech jobs in the bay area. they plan to expand the manufacturing facility in vacaville as well as southern california. it's part of a larger plant by the swiss parent company to increase the drug produc
downgrading it? i'm worried about merck. i'm not worried about gorski and j & j. >> is apple looking to focus more on luxury? the tech giant adding the ceo of berbury. >> and victor cruz, we'll talk to him later this morning. and we're keeping all eyes on washington to see if we get any kind of a deal. back in ament. -- a minute. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and virtually no referrals needed. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all
are those that perform the best in the big names like the apple, but caterpillar comedy, microsoft, hewlett-p ackard the most well-known players but you have those that nobody knows who the companies were but they do know now because they are up 55%. melissa: but sun gave require research or locked but don't be afraid. of the third tip don't put the first two draft picks of ruuning backs? >> yes. you want to get the most points. melissa: why is there pressure to do that? >> there's so much misinformation the seattle defense at every phase of you have to have the defense i told everybody they would be terrible. stay away and don't touch them then i drafted the seattle defense. [laughter] luckily people our honest and above board. [laughter] melissa: scott? >> i hope the guy at bear stearns is still answering the phone. but going into the year you want to buy microsoft or google's but there is other good technology companies that are performing well. outperforming the leaders so he would get their running back, they are right you think have to have the leaders but guess what just like the tec
is certainly all of this money overseas. they are dodging taxes and it turns out that was not the case. apple had cited i guess because they had so much money. but what do you make of this? i think it is a basic lack of economic understanding on the part of congress. so what are your thoughts? >> that is part of it. i think the other part is it seems to me that apple dared to be a successful company. and decided to do things that were intelligent in terms of the way it ran its business and expanded and global market and demanded his money so that it can burn the greatest value to the greatest number of people. but they did not pay homage to the beltway. so somebody had to get called on the carpet for that. neil: were you cognizant with lobbying and working with capitol hill and doing dinners with these guys committed you feel that pressure? >> i did none of that while i was there. apple was in serious trouble and all of my energy went into the foundations of apple in getting it back on track. i just didn't have time to send this out and i actually had some members of the administration call m
importer, passing the united states. the countries growing economy and strong auto sales. apple may be in trouble, especially when it comes to pc sales. apple fell 11% in the third quarter. apple is the only company in the top five pc makers whose shipments fell. cuba's government is allowed state-run tourism to do business with the private sector. let's check back in with phillip yin at the imf. >> what a day it has been. this potential debt deal that everybody has been waiting for, well prices are higher, stocks are higher. there is a sense of guarded optimism. the imf has issued urgent warnings that this deal regarding the debt ceiling must get done to prevent another global crisis. tracy is back with me. you have been talking to delegates. >> both the imf issued stern warnings that the debt ceiling must be raised. the managing director said the imf does not take a political position nor do they want to get involved. she says the imf's position is to make sure risks are in check. she is talking about a potential default. >> there would be very negative consequences. ok? the imf
a new ipad you may want to hold off a bit. according to unnamed sources apple could release a new version of the gadget as soon as the 22nd of this months. they're rumored to be working on an ipad mini. apple's new fingerprint technology might make an appearance. since 2010 apple has been holding big media events in october to show off new products that will be out in time for the holidays. >>> still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at noon, a gloomy, cloudy day outside. is rain headed our way? your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. >>> first let's take a look at,, >>> all right. welcome back to eyewitness news at noon. there's the bottom line. it literally is the bottom line. the pressure right now is 30.33 up from 30.29, which it was this time yesterday. i'll explain in a second how that's going to play into our lives. remember i mentioned we got the sea and the bay breeze? it acts like an air-condition in the summer. in the winter it can act like a heater. this is what you would call slack tide in between the seasons. we're still getting that cooler effect from
is expected to take a vote over plans to build a new headquarters for apple. the planning commission has approved the space ship-spaced building at four stories stall with three million square feet of work space. it will house 14,000 employees. a final vote for approval is next month. >> this morning, optimism is growing in washington, dc that a new plan could re-open government and raise the country's debt ceiling soon. democrats and republicans spent the day negotiating a deal to keep agencies open until mid- january. now the house of representatives and senate have time to negotiate a long-term budget. lawmakers are briefed of the deal later this morning. it is not clear if speaker boehner will allow a house vote on a possible deal. americans are giving a thumb's down to the way the lawmakers handle the budget crisis. a new washington post/abc news poll finds that disapproval of the g.o.p. is up 11 points to 74 percent. 51 percent disapprove of the democrats. 53 percent are unhappy with the president. >> it is just about 4:45. we are learning new details of a national security agency
in the united kingdom is going to apple hoping it will fit nicely. what will the small town innthe head of native bring to the tech giant? details about that coming up. lori: the stakes are high as a closing arguments begin in the insider-trading case against mark cuban. adam: take a look at metals as we go into the break. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activitywenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all oduce energy me safely. adam: news alert for you. mark cuban is looking for a buzzer beater as closing arguments in the insider-trading case against him. expected this afternoon after six days of testimony in a dallas federal courtroom. the sec closes case against the dallas mavericks owner alleging he sold his shares in a canadian
jumped 10.1 point and 12.1 point respectively. >>> what's taken a bite out of apple? that's coming up in your money report. >> here comes the rain again. erica' >>> 4:39 on this wednesday morning. i'm meteorologist erica grow in for howard this morning and the weather cam is still pretty clear right now but more clouds moving in. eight going to be a kind of dreary afternoon. temperatures held down by the clouds and that wind out of the northeast 63 degrees. showers moving in in time for the afternoon rush back home. so you definitely want to bring the umbrella as you're heading out the door today. more on your forecast coming up in a few minutes. right now time for timesaver traffic and monika. >>> an overnight accident on veers mere road and it left several signal lights out between the twinbrook parkway and randolph road. you want to treat those as a fourway stop. pepco tells us it should be fixed by about 6:30 this morning. >> thanks, monika. >>> ed time is 4:40. i am watching your money. thanks a lot again congress. investors continue to dump their stocks. they're woardz the deadl
. >> thought he was at a friend's house, wow. >>> many people who upgraded to ios seven on apple are having some trouble. some are not receiving text messages but john matarese tells us about a bigger problem. >> reporter: many iphone and ipad owners have been reporting problems with apple's updated operating system. some say it locked up their phone while updating. others are having problems, especially with battery life. ios 7 is sleek, clean and fast, it makes an iphone 4 look like the new iphone 5 but several wish they never did the upgrade. >> i did the upgrade on wednesday, thursday i noticed that my battery rief decreased. >> patrick was stunned to discover that his one year old phone was running down the battery almost twice as fast. he went on line and found several blogs reporting battery drain issues. among thesuggestions for how to fix this, turn off the 3d home screen wall painer and disable background app refresh. >> i mean, i went in and shut down some notifications, i went in and closed out a lot of apps. >> turn off air drop, turn off wi-fi searching and the age old sol
. >>> someone upset coca-cola to become the world's most valuable brand you can probably guess it's apple. through the rest of the list of global brands. >> reporter: in 2000, marketing firm inner brand debuted the list of the best global brands. a ranking takes in to account the financial performance, innuance on customer choice, and the strength of the brand relative to the competition. every year, the same brand proved to be the strongesting coca-cola, coke is huge and everywhere. everywhere except for the top of the 2013 list of best global brands. there is a new number one for the first time ever. apple. apple. products are ..kucoveted across world. apple is positioning itself as more of a global brand. plp >> it's the 2013 version of the i like to boy the world a coke ad. coke dropped to the number three spot this year. google is bp+ ibm, microsoft, samsung and intel. facebook is 67th best brand, jumping 43% from last year, amazon made a jump. some of the biggest falls come from tech companies as well. nintendo, hp and del. the fastest falling brand is cell phone maker, nokia. after
of the big team at apple. and that's just one interesting part of the story. robert frank is outside burberry in new york city. robert? >> hey, simon. angela ahrendts didn't just break the glass ceiling she broke the mold for ceos. her unusual success and also why the british press was not always so friendly coming up after the break. if the debt limit is not increased before the extraordinary measures are exhausted the treasury will not be authorized to issue additional debt that increases the amount outstanding. it's as simple as this. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. >>> mark cubanen back in court today, not on the court. he's in dallas as we near the end of the insider trading case against him. cnbc's cameras caught up with him a few hours ago. >> kind of stuff that the mavs lost last night
after a four-legged wanderer. the dog named apple sauce, there he goes, roamed onto traffic on to the new york through way and refused to leave. some awill remembered drivers even got out of their cars to try to catch apple sauce. 45 minutes later state police caught up with apple sauce. apple sauce is okay now, reunited with a very worried owner. >> absolutely. apple sauce looks pretty scared. >> uh-huh. >> glad he's back safe and sound. >> apple sauce did not want to leave. >>> no. but the weather can stay. >> this is good stuff. yes. this is great weather out. not hot, not cold. right in that comfort zone once again. we're going to stay there the next several days. if you could pt get outside today, don't worry. several more days similar to today. live look outside tonight. the days are warm. these nights are [ audio difficulties ] >>> 78 in the afternoon. what we have is what we'll have for awhile all the way through the weekend. sunshine, chilly mornings, beautiful sunny afternoons. >> gorgeous gorgeous. >> looking good. >> we need to get some rain next month. >> we cou
, and secretly served it up at this produce stand in the heart of apple country. it's a fresh-over. come on in, tastes some apples. tell us what you think. come othat's really good.pples. nice and crunchy. this is the best-est. a burst of flavor. walmart works directly with growers to get you the best quality produce they've ever had. all this produce you see, comes from walmart. oh my goodness! are you serious? oh, you're kidding! i definitely would shop at walmart now. fine, fresh, crisp apples and all your quality produce backed by our 100% moneyback guarantee. - hey, michael. we were thinking maybe we could keep this thing going. - what? - i know i'm the cause of this royal screw-up, but i would like to see the show go on. - no, don't. you're being too hard on yourself. we had a very truncated rehearsal time. - let's grab some ice cream, go back to the office, and finish what we started. - yeah. - so what you're saying is you kinda liked it. i've fallen and i can't get up! the phyllis bit, that was pretty good, right? - i don't know that we need to dissect it all right now-- - but that got
vice president at apple. since she took up the role in july 2006 at burberry, she's prided over an area where the share price has been up. it has had a few fluctuations along the way, though. christopher bailey is going to be taking over mid 2014. the tech giant, she's now going to work for. >> it's a collaboration with apple to date. just takes the brand reach and the brand awareness to a totally new levels and the imagery that we were able to capture on the iphone 5s with their collaboration, you know, we always use these shows to keep burberry on the forefront, to take the brand to new heights, and that's really i think what the collection and the collaboration did today. >> julian is still with us and stock opens down more sharply this morning. what is burberry losing with angela ahrendts and what are they keeping with mr. bailey taking over the reigns? >> mr. bailey started to work for burberry back in 2001. he was 29 years old at the time. we know he's a fantastic creative director. it's much more difficult to know if he's be a very good ceo at the time where burberry has many cha
this produce from walmart, and secretly served it up at this produce stand in the heart of apple country. it's a fresh-over. come on in, tastes some apples. tell us what you think. that's really good. nice and crunchy. this is the best-est. a burst of flavor. walmart works directly with growers to get you the best quality produce they've ever had. all this produce you see, comes from walmart. oh my goodness! are you serious? oh, you're kidding! i definitely would shop at walmart now. fine, fresh, crisp apples and all your quality produce backed by our 100% moneyback guarantee. ♪ >> wendy: our first guest sold over 130 million albums as a member of the backstreet boys. he has a new memoir called facing theusic and livering to talk about it. he oppose up about how becoming famous at 12 almost killed him. please welcome nick carter. yeah. [ chrs and appuse ] >> wendy: hi. nice to see you again. >> you, too. you smell good. >> wendy: it's nice to see you. congratulations on the 20th anniversary of the backstreet boys. [ cheers and applause ] so, now, i understand you are celebrating by going o
... "apple" is set... to unveil a new i-pad... as early as ...this month..../ a report... by... 'all things d,'... says... the company... could debut... an... i-pad... mini... with retina display... and... a thinner... full-sized... i- pad... as... soon as october 22nd..../ apple's... fancy new fingerprint... technology... might also make... an appearance... in the latest versions.../. since 2010,... apple... has been holding press events... in october... to get new products... out in time for the holidays. city agencies - caught violating state laws - by meeting behind closed doors. coming up -- the push for more transparancy in baltimore city government. come under fire - once again - for illegally closing meetings that are supposed to be open to the public. melinda roeder... is here... with more... on... the secret deals... behind closed doors.... / and... why... some transparancy advocates... are upset .../. forget government shutdown... these are cases of government shut-out! city agencies - purposely shutting the public out of meetings that are supposed to be open. state compliance offi
ahead, apple the newest operating system a fast but a number of users wish they never made the upgrade. find out why and how to fix the problem. >> i was this close. >> reporter: this close to makeing that upgrade. good morning. take a look at the fort mchenry tunnel. it's construction related delays a we will update the traffic and weather and more news coming up after the break. >>> 6 cities vying for a chance to host super bowl 2018. you can't tell it right now but this is new orleans super dome. they want to do it again. they want to host the game and it appears they are in the list for 2018 so is miami, dallas and minneapolis and indianapolis and tampa. the league super bowl advisory committee will pick one from the 6. >>> the nfl will sit down with the ippedan tribe. brian todd explains why new tribe from new york is interested in the team from the dc suburbs. >> reporter: a stand off that seems like the government shut down neither side bumming. the -- budging. ed he -- the president fired a news making salvo but this is over the nfl franchise. native american groups feel they h
of china and i think hae has the potential to become a big player alongside apple and samsung. >> and creating huge growth in china. >> that's correct. >> at the same time a lot of people don't feel we have the skill sets required to start some of these entrepreneur real companies. physicists, scientist in plan. you're talking about it similar to the nobel prize with some of your colleagues in the business, sergey brin and others. tell us about the prize. >> well, this is something that will launch this year and it's that scientists should be on par with other celebrities that we have in entertainment, sports, and politics. we believe it's not fair that bangers are making more than scientists. we believe that science in particular is unrecognized in our world. so in order to address that, we believe that, you know, it's a nonprofit world that can help address the issue and we got together with mark zuckerberg and priscilla chen, his wife, and recently jack marr who's the founder of alibaba and mark levinson who's the chairman of apple to give out 6 million dollars apiece. >> s
with apple. it's expected to roll out a redesigned thinner ipad, and a retina display on the ipad mini. nicole, is that enough to get apple to 500? >> take it to 3 1/2 bucks. it came off the highs already and it's up $2.90. but, yeah, i mean, it sounds-- >> wait a second, hold on, nicole, what i'm getting at is in the hold days, a few months ago, apple says, well, we've got redesigned ipads, ipad mini, here they come. that would be enough to put that stock straight up. look what we've got. $3 higher, at 484. >> i don't think that you're going to see apple surge and be crazy, taking off in some way, shape or form. remember, this was a $700 stock last september until they come out with product that makes your jaw drop. a new ipad that's lighter, thinner design, more powerful processor, that's good. maybe boost the stock, i'm not a stock forecaster, however, that's not the drop-dead innovation that people who own apple or betting on apple are looking for. stuart: i think you've got that dead right. well said, nicole, good stuff indeed. thank you very much. stocks are up a little in the ea
de los deportes. >>> hace pocas semanas que apple develÓ los nuevos iphone. y se espera que el 22 anuncien el ipad 5. contara con una pantalla de alta densidad de pixeles, apple presento productos en octubre con la meta de vender para la temporada de las fiestas. recuerde que tenemos una cita a las 11. ahora los dejamos con el "noticiero univisiÓn." ♪ as del miÉrcoles 9 de octubre, del 2013, lo mÁs importante, llegan a estados unidos, los cuerpos de 4 soldados caÍdos en combate, una hispana de california, sus familiares recaudan fondos, el cierre del gobierno, los dejÓ sin dinero para funerales, pronostican un desastre econÓmico para familias hispanas, muchos perderÁn sus casas, si no reciben prestamos para pagar hipotecas. acusan a un policÍa encubierto por motociclistas que atacaron a un hombre en nueva york. en mÉxico, presentan ante la justicia al chofer del monster truck que embistiÓ una multitud, el nÚmero de muertos aumentÓ a 9
with the fashion house burglary around. and now quitting to take a job at apple. msm sin reports on how the british rand became a global one. >> the latest catwalk collection, one of the hottest tickets at fashion week last month. story sold allss over the world. you can still see flashes of that distinctive check. this brand is transformed into one that is very upmarket. the woman who has revitalized it is stepping down. today,ing any interviews but the company released this friendly chat with her chairman and young creative director who will be taking on her job as well next year. >> the future for this company with christopher at the helm leading and dreaming. being able toese exit stage left at this point. >> she leaves the company in good shape. worth over $3 billion when she started and now valued at $11 billion. a performance that earned her $27 million last year, making her the highest-paid loss. into fast-shed growing markets like china. maybe one reason why apple has pushed her as the head of retail operation. one of the very few women at the helm of the u.k. company. big and glamorous sh
. starting at $29,900. ♪ >> wellcome back. personal computer shipments numbers for apple are down. the five major pc makers in the united states, it was the one whose shipments failed last quarter. overall pc shipments in the u.s. grew by 3.5% in the third quarter. apple's fell by 2.3%. a possible reason for this decline is that apple has not released a major update on their mac book line. >> how about some bipartisanship with your latte? starbucks is asking customers to help pressure lawmakers in washington to end the partial government shutdown solve the ongoing budget crisis. is distributing a petition asking congress and the white house to "reopen our government to serve the people". customers are encouraged to sign the petition online or print out a paper petition and drop it off at the nearest starbucks. ads will also appear friday in newspapers - such as the new york times and usa today - that can be torn out, signed and dropped off at any starbucks location. >> a california jury finds toyota was not responsible for a deadly crash in 2009 that was caused by sudden acceleration. norik
estimates. that stock rose 2% yesterday. apple may be closer to taking the wraps off new tablets at an upcoming event. all things d reports -- the tech company will hold an invitation only gathering on tuesday, october 22nd. at that time sources say apple will unveil updates on ipad and mac computers. the 5th generation ipad-- may be thinner, lighter and have a better camera. there's no confirmation from apple. and at samsung, the company is throwing a curve ball into the tech game. its getting ready to launch its galaxy round. the device is designed with a curved shape to fit the countours of a users face. the concept is in the works at apple, lg and nokia. samsung is the first to roll it out. it's the end of an era for panasonic. the tech company reportedly is closing its last plasma tv factory. after dominating the industry for decades panasonic is losing out to competition from samsung as well as consumers watching more shows on phones and tablets. worldwide shipments of tvs dropped 6.3% last year. the first decline in a decade. still to come: from space to the sea, the new
apple reseller. so we have a partnership with apple selling apple reluctants in supermac stores in communities that don't have apple stores. woodland, texas, shreveport, louisiana, these are cool stores to go in and get your apple products where there are no apple stores. we provide a superior level of service in those tertiary market. >> so you're a game business. europe's coming back, but how is game doing? >> we're one of the largest american retailers in europe. people don't know this. >> nobody knows this stuff. >> i just came back from italy, france, and ireland. we're in 12 countries, you know, jim, and the console business is coming back strong. >> let's talk for a moment about this. i happen to be -- at tulane this weekend, my daughter, for parent's weekend, and people are just astounded. this is the biggest movie launch, because it's so lifelike. >> the guys at rock star and take ii a extraordinary artists and incredible people and they've delivered a game that's stunning. i'm about three hours into it. i have about a four-hour-a week budget. >> my daughter says there'
has arrived. another production deal for netflix, it's a true media star. apple gets a new leader for its retail division, she comes ove from burberry. and zombies beat baseball. yes, we follow the money on "varney & company." here we go. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to t past. and with that: you're histo. instd of looking behind... deltis looking beyond. 80 thousand of us ininvesting billions... in everything from the best e. to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we'r're making it. >> the markets seem to think a deal is coming. we'lllopen 10, 15 points lower, but opening from 15,300. let's go to peter barnes in washington. all right, i want your opinion if you don't mind expressing it. will there be a deal and if so, when do we get it? >> i have an escape hatch for that one, stuart. it's in 37 minutes from now or so, we will find out if we have a deal. speaker john boehner will emerge at 10:00 from a meeting with the house republicans. they're kind of criti
the british fashion house to move to, guess where? apple. angela ahrendts is going to take up a newly created position at apple with oversight of retail and online stores. she's going report directly to ceo tim cook. blackberry opening to publishers, appearing in major publications around the world today. the letter tries to reassure customers saying in art, there are no doubt challenges times for us and we don't underestimate the situation. but we should continue to count on blackberry. blackberry is, of course, considering a sale or break-up of its operations. joe. >> what does that mean? i mean, continue to count my blackberry still working? >> and you should be very happy about that. >> let's check on markets. a one-month bill? if you really want to look at the -- what we've seen, the effect of the worry, let's look at the effect on the one month or the three month. billions? when you're talking billions, you know, the short-term funding that goes on around the world, billions is a big number, but the global flow of funds and what's in one month and -- >> if you haven't seen the panic in
meets high fashion as apple raisessed famous design house. >> shut down solution? a group of senators say they have a plan to end the government shut down. the steps they are taking to make it happen today. >> first, a look at the bay bridge toll plaza with traffic piling up. bart trains are an opening this morning and any are running. talks are taking a break and resume this afternoon. still in deal. to those who've been waiting welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage, and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. >> conning santa clara and the east bay and all the area, this is abc7 news. >> a look at the podium outside the building where parties are holding negotiations all night trying to reach a contract agreement. no one has used this body jim. the federal mediator says the two sides will resume talking this afternoon. the trains continue to run. >> we are asking you to tell us how you feel about the bart impassion. michael says "dear bart, think, bart." he posted a picture of the cot he presuma
affecting apple iphone and ipad users. tradings under way on wall street. >> a live look at the big board right now. the dow is just about flat. you can see still under 15,000 mark. ahead we'll go live to bloomberg's jane king at the new york stock exchange. >>> coming up first, b.a.r.t. workers hold an evening rally as negotiations to avert a strike come down to the wire prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. people go to a mattress store, and essentially they just get sold something. we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. before you invest in a mattress, discover the bed clinically proven to improve sleep quality. once you experience it, there's no going back. oh, yeah! at our columbus day event, save $500 to $700 on the final closeout of our performance series mattress sets. but hurry - ends soon! only at a sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699.99. sleep number. comfort individualized. >>> 6:45. here's what bay area commuters want to know this morning. will b.a.r.
one of them in there. >>> well, the next round in the apple-samsung battle is today. here's is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks on a tuesday to talk all about it. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, the ongoing patent battle between samsung and apple takes another turn today. we are expected to find out the results of a 60-day presidential review on a ban concerning older samsung tablets and smartphones that infringed on apple patents. there is a chance the u.s. trade representative could veto that ban as the trade rep did earlier with a prior international trade commission ban on apple products but there's a difference in the kind of patents that are at issue here. apple's patents were differentiated, patents that could be worked around, while samsung's patents that it violated against apple reportedly are the kind that are industry standards making it a tougher case for samsung. we'll find out soon on that. good news on the foreclosure market. core logic reporting that there were 48,000 foreclosures in august down from 72,000 a year earlier. total of 1 milli
] oh no! it's the queen again! [ gasp ] the queen? hello, deary. i have a delicious red apple for you. ah! take one bite, and magical things will happen. oh-h-h, i do love apples. [ gasp ] don't take the apple, snow white! it might be a bad spell! i know, but it looks so delicious! i'll take it! lovely, dear. let me just polish it for you. [ ♪ ] apple, apple, a la mode, snow white will turn into a toad! [ cackling ] snow white, you can't eat this apple. it's another bad spell! oh dear! but i must eat it. look at my story. ah! what can i do? [ ♪ ] super why to the rescue! with the power to read, i can change this story and save the day! let's change the word "eats" in this sentence. zzzzap! why writer, write! super readers, what should snow white do so she doesn't eat the apple? let's try "throws". which is the word "throws"? hmmm. it starts with "t"-"h". children: there! there. now let's zap "throws" into the sentence. zzzap! [ giggling ] let's read it and see what happens. [ ♪ ] bad queen: [ cackling ] did throwing the apple stop snow white from eating it? children: yes! yes! s
that show politics rises above the money? >> oh well, certainly i don't think all these examples are apples to apples. running for state office in utah somewhat distinct from running for president, senator, congress, and i think we should have well-tailored laws that take into account how much does it cost to raise and spend money where you're running for office. this time protection rationale is a very important one and actually the only one that justice kennedy who is now hostile to campaign implements said this is the only reason for limiting the amount we give and spend. the way to protect people's time is not just to say no contributions. on the flip side we could say contributions and expenditure limits. when you're done spending money you're done and you can represent the people who sent you to the city hall, state capitol or our nation's capitol. i know i'm out of time, i'm sure. >> thank you, jessica. thank you, dan, thank you paul. that's it from the team in washington, d.c. thank you for watching. good night.
revenue was done. the dow is up 74. the nasdaq is up 24 and the s&p up 7. >>> from berries to apples. that could be the transition for some workers laid off at the canadian smartphonemaker, blackberry. a few weeks ago, apple held a job fair for those laid off at blackberry. intel has invited the workers to a similar meeting. google says it plans to open up a motorolaly office near -- motorola office near blackberry. >>> facebook founder mark zuckerberg has spent $30 million buying four houses near his home. one of the homes sold for more than $14 million. according to reports, he bought the houses after learning a developer plans to buy one of the properties and then resell it by advertising its proximity to him. zuckerberg plans to lease the home to the tenants already living there. >>> today is national coming out. today the president tweeted this message "today is a celebrate being who you are" according to the human rights campaign, the goal is to celebrate coming. this the 25th national annual coming out day. >>> we're monitoring talks between b.a.r.t. and the unions after the c
gente, aunque sea por ese viernes >> las organizacioens tienen marchas donde se dirigiran a apple para >> >> apple y google para que donen 21 millones para el programa >> jerry brown promulgo 2 leyes que protegen a los indocumentados, la ab524, el reportar as u familia en base de su sitiacuoin mgiratoria y la sb666 permite suspender o retirar la licencia cuando un empleado toma medidas por sus empleados en caso de que sean indocumentados >> tenemos las consecuencias de los empleadores bajo esta ley >> la puerta de salida es su opción >> quería ahorrar dinero para todo hay alguein más que va a tomar más dinero por ti >> dice que con bastante frecuencia >> hubo una investigación dependiente donde 120 il personas que hablan lenguajes indigenas en california >> el problema es grave en la gigantesca industria de la agricultura, y laboran en condiciones insalubres >> no se puede denunciar >> la ley 666 firmada por el gobernador brown dice que es ilegal amenazar a los empealdos por denunciar abusos en sus lugares de trabajo >> siempre las personas toman ventaja del desconocimiento de sis
is lowering its price to $40's saying the discount will last through the holiday season. >>> apple getting the all-clear about the handling for billions of cash and related taxes overseas. four months after opening their books, the agency is takes no action against apple, finding that its disclosures are sufficient and in line with tax regulations. >>> coming up on nightly business report, california's monterey shale is four times bigger, many hoped it would be the economic gusher, reaching the oil is tough and just got tougher. we'll explain in a moment. but first, how commodities and treasuries and currencies perform today. >>> good news for drivers, gasoline prices falling over four cents a gln over the last two weeks, in jersey, i saw it for 3.09. >> one reason why energy prices are lower than they were in the past is because the u.s. is now producing more energy than ever. but some of the nation's biggest underground reserves has gotten more costly and harder to get out of the ground. >> reporter: california is in the middle of an oil boom which could grow if wells can reach oil trapp
100 dollar bills by tomorrow afternoon. >> apple could be fined ago larger cen for the next i-phon i-phone. peter issued a note to investors today about the i-phone 6. he believes the screen will be 4.8 inches instead of the current 4. that will require a number of upgrade to the processor and graphic. he also believes this should be huge because 5 c sales sluggish. apple released 5 s and more bank account friendly 5 c last month. >> feeling hungry for cake but on a diet. look at picture of cake on license. new study find seeing picture on food like instagram can decrease your hunger. researchers had several hundred people look at sweet and salty and those with salty pick lick sweet treaty and those who saw sweet wanted salty. they need to see the pictures many, many times to make it happen. >> come on who dupe stairs at a picture. >> i don't think i look at cake and want potato chips. >> lets talk about the weather forecast. >> looking at pictures over and over again does not satisfy the hunger. look at deposit done pretty clear tonight. we don't have any fog to worry abo
, silver, gold or platinum. and that allows customers to make what we call an apples to apples comparison. no long are they trying to figure out what benefits am i getting. now they only have to figure out what's it going to cost and if my hospital and doctor is within that plan. >> covered california has an interactive website to help you out. on the home page there are five tabs that link you to insurance information and resources we have about us, coverage, resources and there's a new center tab and languages where you can pick from 13 languages. then towards the bottom of the screen there's an online tool to contemplate calculate your potential insurance cost in 2014. by clicking on shop and compare the site will take you to another page where you can input your family and income information to break down the monthly costs and possible tax credits. coming up we'll show you what the average bay family will pay each month. >>> they're young and they think they're invincible and they're often uninsured. >> getting people signed up is a big challenge. >> not just any people. young people.
. >> apple inc. has tapped burberry ceo angela ahrendts to oversee the expansion and operation of apple's retail and online stores. apple says tuesday that ahrendts will begin her new role in the spring and report to ceo tim cook. before heading luxury fashion house burberry, ahrendts was executive vice president at liz claiborne inc. cook says in a statement that ahrendts shares apple's focus on innovation and customer experience. >> black berry is a publishing an open letter in major publications are round the world in a bid to reassure customers that they can count on the distressed smart phone company. the letter acknowledges that " these are no doubt challenging times for u.s. and wheat don't underestimate the situation " but says " you can continue to count on black berry. " blackberry is considering a sale or breakup of its operations. >> we will be right back. >> a new fleet of electric taxis are providing cab riders in bakersfield, california with a clean air option. >> "great thing for the environment." >> the electric taxi cab company recently just rolled in town and offers t
additional seats on each plane. apple is tapping to the head of burberry to head up retail efforts. it a new role created at apple. she is credited with turning around the birberry brand. maybe we'll get iphone was burberry pattern. >> before there was a smart phone there were intelligent android autos yes, coming up, star wars and reality. ♪ nice car. sure is. make a deal with me, kid, and you can have the car and everything that goes along with it. [ thunder crashes, tires squeal ] ♪ ♪ so, what do you say? thanks... but i think i got this. ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new cla. starting at $29,900. ñ to those who've been waiting welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage, and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. is. >>> the bay area is bart limo and we're listening. abc 7 news wants to know how a strike would affect you. post your video message to bart and unions using hag tash dear bart. be sure to tell us who you are, where you live. you just might see your video on abc 7 news. >> just might. >
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